A colorimetric passive ozone monitoring system is currently in use in the GLOBE project, as well as several other environmental studies, as commercially supplied as Eco-Badge by Vistanomics. This simple, but effective, system consists of papers treated with a chemical preparation, tin(II) diphenylcarbazidel that reacts with ozone to change them from white to purple. The intensity of the purple coloration is dependent on the concentration of ozone. Our previous contributions to that method of analysis involved modest modifications to the chemical substrate employed. The new formulation improved the reproducibility and linearity of the color change of treated papers.